Stromae: the singer displays a change of look

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Due to health problems, Stromae was forced to cancel his brand new world tour. Very discreet since then, recent photos of the transformed Belgian artist have nevertheless been circulating on social networks.

In May 2023, Stromae had to make the terrible decision to cancel his “Multitude Tour” due to health problems. On social networks, the artist wrote to his fans: “A few months ago, I felt a deterioration in my health which led me to give up on a few first dates in France and then in Europe. I was hoping to be able to get back on my feet quickly to get back on the road and find you again as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, today I must accept that this time of rest and remission will be longer than I imagined.”

An announcement which had not been without effect on fans more than impatient to find the interpreter of “Papaoutai” on stage. Since then, however, Stromae has been very discreet. Only the few selfies posted by lucky people who have crossed his path allow us to follow the Belgian singer.

Stromae: new look and big comeback?

On Instagram, two admirers revealed their selfie taken during the month of December with Stromae in the streets of Amsterdam. In these images, we discover that the “Formidable” singer is sporting a new look before celebrating the end of year holidays. Bye bye long hair and welcome back the little short cut he wore in 2014, with the only difference that he now has platinum blonde hair. A new color that suits her perfectly.

For now, we still do not know when he will be able to resume the “Multitude Tour”.

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